This issue is predominantly monochromatic. There are some color pages, but these are reserved for photographs. There's a one page gag strip that's duotone, but the Doctor Who material is all black and white.
Notes: As if the inaccurate artistic rendering of Sarah Jane weren't confusing enough, in one frame, the text refers to her character as Liz, a companion who had been away from the televised series for several years.
Notes: The title given here is the one given in this issue. However, the issue reprints the portion of the mega-arc, "The Dalek Chronicles", generally known as "Power Play" (installments 4-10 of the 100-issue arc). Jennings was responsible for the art on most of the story, but did not do parts 7, 8 and 9. It's not currently known who did.
Synopsis: Caught in the parallel time stream from the televised episode, "Inferno", the Third Doctor and Sarah encounter their own doppelgangers. Like the copies of The Brigadier and Liz that the Doctor encountered in "Inferno", this version of himself and Sarah are a good deal more "evil" than the "real" Doctor and Sarah. Thus, it's up to "our" Doctor and Sarah to take out their evil twins. Instead of killing them, though, they trick their twins into the TARDIS, make a jump to another parallel world, and dump them out into it.
Notes: All this parallel world jumping makes some sense, given "Inferno". However, the ease with which the Doctor goes to not just one alternate reality, but two, would doubtless confuse modern fans. This would seem to explicitly contradict what the Tenth Doctor revealed about interdimensional travel throughout the 2006 series of the televised program.